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My symphonic model wf32l6 has 3 black lines on the screen all the time. Is this fixable.

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SOURCE: picture compresed to horizontal line in screen center

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Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Symphonic WF 2702 has sound but no picture. The

This could be a capacitor if your lucky but can also be the horizontal transistor. The repair could cost you between 60$ and 150$
My opinion; it's not worth it.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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You can change the input by using the source key on the TV control panel. As for the black lines, It is due to loose connections on the panel and it may be difficult for you to try to correct them. Please consult a good TV Tech to do this for you.
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Symphonic WF 2702 has sound but no picture. The


This could be a capacitor if your lucky but can also be the horizontal transistor. The repair could cost you between 60$ and 150$
My opinion; it's not worth it.

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Screen turned black


your monitor got a hardware problem:
1) the LVDS controler board out of work, only change or repair it could be fixed.
2) if you can see some show like smaller signal detect windows in the centre of screen a very short time (bright flashing one time), this is inverter board damaged or worn lamps, thay all need repair or replace
hope give you some idea. please take a rating let me know how much helped you thanks!

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You have defective Vertical output IC. This parts need to replaced to back to normal.

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Hi...there,
Well... sure it fixable, but it is going to cost you a bundles... Since you own this monitor for about 10 yrs. It's time for you to give yourself a new LCD monitor for the Holidays... :) Have nice day!

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